Richmond voters expect parking restrictions during Election Day

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RICHMOND, Va, (WRIC) — Richmond voters should expect parking restrictions near polling locations on Election Day.

The restrictions will allow the accommodation of chief election officers and those working the polls on June 11.

Parking meters will be prohibited in these areas from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. Tuesday:

  • Three parking meters/pay stations on the west side of the Main Library (Election Officer placard must be displayed)
  •  All parking meters/pay stations on 9th and10th streets between Broad and Marshall streets (Election Officer placard must be displayed)
  • All parking meters/pay stations on the north side of Marshall Street between 9th and 10th streets (Election Officer placard must be displayed)
  • The north side of Palmyra Avenue will be designated for voters and election officers only
  • All parking on the north side of Main Street between North Cherry and North Harrison streets will be​​​​​​​ designated for voters and election officers only
  • All parking on the west side of North Cherry Street between West Main Street and Floyd Avenue will be​​​​​​​ designated for voters and election officers only
  • All parking on the east side of Beaufont Hills Drive between LaCorolla Avenue and Lamar Drive will be ​​​​​​​designated for voters and election officers only

Parking meters near City Hall will remain restricted on Wednesday, June 12 from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.

All restricted meters and locations will be marked accordingly. Voters are encouraged to pay attention to all signage.

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